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New Jersey Association of Learning Consultants
 
   

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Robbinsville Public Schools
Sharon Elementary School
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
 
LDT-C
ASAP
Requirements: State Certification as LDT-C.
 
Description: Elementary Position, Leave Replacement

Contact: Interested applicants should apply using applitrack on the district's HR page: www.robbinsville.k12.nj.us
 
 
Queen City Academy Charter School
815 West 7th Street
Plainfield, NJ 07063
 
Title I Coordinator
Immediately
Requirements: NJ Teacher Certification Special Education Endorsement
 
Description: Review assessment data for scholars identified for Title I services; Maintain transparent system to track, monitor and report progress of Title I scholars; Design supplemental lessons that incorporate research-based strategies to support classroom teachers in reaching Title I scholars; Consult and collaborate with classroom teachers to plan reinforcement for the skills that the homeroom or subject teacher introduces; Collaborate with classroom teachers to support their integration of instructional strategies that advance learning for Title I scholars; Participate in meetings that assess curriculum and instruction professional learning opportunities in collaboration with the building administrators; Design parent workshops to encourage and support parents in working with their children at home; Maintain accurate student records, parent communications records and student progress data reports as required by Title I law and school policy; Maintain compliance with ESSEA Grant; Submit grant reports Create department and individual scholar goals.

Contact: Ayanna Taylor, 908-838-9584 or email
 
 
Queen City Academy Charter School
815 West 7th Street
Plainfield, NJ 07063
 
RTI Coordinator
Immediately
Requirements: NJ Teacher Certification SPED Endorsement
 
Description: Review assessment data to identify students for Title I services; Plan and facilitate intervention team meetings; Consult and collaborate with classroom teachers to identify student in need of intervention services and to support accurate diagnosis; Participate in meetings that assess curriculum and instruction professional learning opportunities in collaboration with the building administrators; Design parent workshops to build awareness about interventions and identifying student needs; Disaggregate student behavior and academic data; Provide Push in/ Pull out support for both SPED and general education students; Share best practices with teachers around accommodations; Turnkey Professional development and best practices

Contact: Ayanna Taylor, 908-838-9584 or email
 
 
Kinnelon Public Schools
109 Kiel Ave.
Kinnelon, NJ 07405
 
HS LDT-C
Per Diem
End Oct. 2017 for approx. 6 weeks
Requirements: Must possess NJ Certification as LDT-C. Experience in High School sought.
 
Description: Temporary opening at High School for six weeks starting in November and continuing until the first week of December 2017. Perfect opportunity for a retired LDTC with high school experience!

Contact: Corde Reed, 973-838-1418 x5012 or email
 
 
Bogota Public Schools
1 Henry C. Luthin Pl.
Bogota, NJ 07603
 
LDT-C
9/1/2017
Requirements: State Certification as LDT-C.
 
Description: Member of the Child Study Team. Conduct evaluations and provide case management.

Contact: Jill Connolly, 201-441-4800 x5000 or email
 
 
Robbinsville Public Schools
Robbinsville High School
155 Robbinsville Edinburg Road
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
 
LDT-C
9/1/2017
Requirements: State Certification as LDT-C.
 
Description: High School, Full Time, Tenure Track

Contact: Interested applicants should apply using applitrack on the district's HR page: www.robbinsville.k12.nj.us
 
 
Wood-Ridge Public
School District
540 Windsor Road
Wood-Ridge, NJ
 
LDT-C
9/1/2017
Requirements: State Certification as LDT-C, bi-lingual (Spanish) a plus but not required.
 
Description: Serve as the LDT-C on the child study team with responsibilities for conducting assessments, consulting with team and staff, and case management of approximately 45 students.
This is a full-time, tenure track position. Two part-time candidates would be considered.
 
Contact: Sue DeNobile, call 201-933-6777 or email
 
 
Englewood Public
School District
2 LDT-Cs
9/1/2017
Requirements: NJ certification as learning consultant.
 
Description: Englewood PSD is in need of two LDT-Cs (10 months) with one of the two to have potential to also serve as Lead CST Member for additional stipend.
 
Contact: Jamie Edward Ciofalo, Director of Pupil Personnel Services, PK-12, at email
 
 
Washington Township Public Schools
206 East Holly Ave
Sewell NJ 08080
LDT-C
8/28/2017
Requirements: NJ Teacher's Certificate. Master's Degree in Learning Disabilities Certification Program.
Experience preferred at the elementary and/or secondary level both as a Teacher and Learning Disabled Teacher/Consultant. Experience in administration and interpretation of evaluation instruments necessary to determine eligibility for special education and related services. Evidence of in depth knowledge of special education programming and curriculum. Understanding of the IEP process; reauthorized IDEA and of current State Law/Regulations. Skills in conducting effective CST meetings and parent/staff conferences (including the resolution of disagreements). Skills in communicating orally and in writing. Ability to coordinate activities from many sources for the benefit of an individual student.
 
Preferred Criteria: Child Study Team Experience
 
Contact: Kathryn Ashbridge, call 856-589-6644 ext. 6240 or email
 
 
Cherry Hill Public Schools
45 Ranoldo Terr
Cherry Hill NJ 08034
LDT-C
7/1/2017
Requirements: Must hold NJ LDT-C certificate.
 
Description: Responsible for fulfilling all case management responsibilities in accordance with state and federal special education requirements. Ability to work in a collaborative fashion with fellow CST members, staff, and administrator. Strong verbal and written skills. Experience with IEP Direct.

Contact: LaCoyya Weathington, call 856-429-5600 ext 4431 or email
 
 
Camden City School District
Division of Talent and Labor Relations
201 N Front Street
Camden NJ 08102
LDT-C

 
Requirements: LDT-C certification.
 
Contact: Latesha D. Sims, call 856-966-2607 or email
 
 
Cherry Hill Public Schools
45 Ranoldo Terr
Cherry Hill NJ 08034
Supervisor of Pupil Services
7/1/2017
Requirements: Valid NJ Principal (standard), Principal/Supervisor's Certificate or Supervisor's Certificate or eligibility and a NJ certificate in at least one of the following: teacher of the handicapped, school psychologist, learning disabilities teacher-consultant or social worker. A minimum of three (3) years experience in special education either as a teacher, a child study team member, or an administrator or some combination of these; experience in coordinating programs for special needs populations; significant experience in staff development and coordination of related services preferred.
 
Description: Responsible for coordinating and managing specific special education programs and services, supervising support staff in the special education office, ensuring accurate maintenance of data and student records for special education students, providing support to teachers serving low-incidence populations, supporting the implementation and ongoing use of technology for computerized IEP writing, and providing support in the implementation of alternate state assessments to special education students.

Contact: LaCoyya Weathington, call 856-429-5600 ext 4431 or email
 
 
Manalapan-Englishtown Regional School District
(Date of Availability: 9/1/2017)
LDT-C
5/3/2017
Date of Closing
Requirements: 1.  LDT-C, School Psychologist or School Social Worker certification
2.  Experience in progress monitoring and FBA preferred
3.  Elementary Grades 1-5 experience
The successful candidate will need to reside in the State of NJ within 1 year of appointment.
 
Description: An award winning, Central Monmouth, K-8 school district with a tradition of excellence in education. Consideration for up to 10 years experience as a LDT-C $58,659 - $68,244. Consideration for up to 5 years experience as a School Psychologist or School Social Worker $58,659 - $60,659 (pending contract negotiations).

Contact: Interested candidates must apply online at www.mers.k12.nj.us. Only candidates of interest will be contacted for interviews.
 
 
South Plainfield Board of Education
125 Jackson Ave
South Plainfield NJ 07080
(Date of anticipated hire)
LDT-C
9/1/2017
Requirements: Valid NJ Educational Services Certificate with Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant Endorsement
 
Job Description: Work on multidisciplinary Child Study Team to identify at-risk students for participation in special education programs.
 
Contact: Theresa Tempe, call 908-754-4620 ext. 221 or email
 
 
Long Valley Middle School
Long Valley, NJ
(Anticipated)
LDT-C
1/3/2017
Requirements: Appropriate NJ Certificate required, knowledge of NJ Student Learning Standards preferred, experience preferred.
 
Personal/Professional Qualities: Innovative, Child-centered Individual; Sound Understanding of Childhood Development; Knowledge of Laws/Regulations Governing Special Education; Sound Commitment to Least Restrictive Environment and Inclusive Classroom; Collaborative Approach in Working Alongside Faculty to Ensure the Effective Implementation of Education Programs (IEP’s); Strong Interpersonal & Communication Skills; Detail-oriented Professional with Excellent Time Management Skills
 
Contact: To apply, visit Applitrack
 
 
Flemington-Raritan Regional School District
50 Court Street
Flemington, NJ 08822
LDT-C
1/16/2017
Requirements: Valid NJ LDT-C certificate required.
 
Job Description: 2016-2017 School Year Child Study Team Member, Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant.
 
Contact: Please apply online. Interested applicants can email Coleen Zullo for additional information or call 908-284-7566.
 
 
Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District
600 Garretson Rd
Bridgewater, NJ 08807

LDT-C
1/1/2017
Requirements: Valid NJ LDT-C certificate required.
 
Job Description: High School, full-time, tenure track.
 
Contact: Please apply online at www.brrsd.org Employment Opportunities. Interested applicants can email Kristen Taylor for additional information or call 908-231-8660.
 
 
Camden City School District
201 N. Front Street
Camden, NJ 08102
LDT-C
ASAP
Requirements: A minimum of a Master's Degree Standard New Jersey Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant Certificate. Required criminal history background check, physical and proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status.
Job Description: (Pending availability of funds and Superintendent's approval) The Superintendent invites qualified and interested candidates to apply for the position of Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant. Camden City School District is in a historic period of change. With the recent state intervention, Camden is uniquely poised to transform and re-focus its efforts to ensure all students have the academic and personal skills required to succeed in life. Currently, Camden City has 22 district, 11 charter schools, and 7 renaissance schools, serving more than 15,000 students in total, of whom nearly 95% qualify for free or reduced price lunch. The district is committed to building talented and committed cadres of educators and providing the appropriate supports to schools to ensure all students can be successful. The Camden Commitment outlines the district's plan to ensure that every student in the city is enrolled in an excellent school that meets his or her unique needs. The Camden Commitment represents the district's promise to honor the faith of educators, community members, and families in the limitless potential of our children by implementing the considerable changes necessary to ensure that they are able to learn in an excellent school. As a part of this plan, the district is in the process of streamlining and transforming the Central Office into a customer service and school support organization focused on ensuring that all schools are well-equipped to provide all of their students with an excellent education.
Role Review: To serve as member of Child Study Team and educational consultant to teachers, principals and parents.
Role and Responsibilities: Major roles and responsibilities include: To be a part of the Special Services Child Study Team in evaluating, classifying and recommending programs for pupils. To consult with other district personnel, e.g., principals, social workers, school psychologist, counselors, teachers and related services personnel regarding pupil's behaviors and needs. To serve as a contact person, case manager, on the child study team when appropriate or appointed. To administer educational and perceptual testing to all referrals and as recommended for an evaluation plan in reevaluations. To assist in identifying and providing consultation and educational programs for classified and non-classified pupils. To participate in the development of the evaluation plan with child study team. To consult with parents on site and in their homes concerning pre-referral intervention, special class placement, referral to outside agencies and program development for pupil. To consult with school personnel on pupil needs when requested or appropriate and to assist in development of classroom intervention. To ensure that all records in the case folder are in order and completed within the mandated time frame, reviewing and updating at regular intervals. To participate in the development of IEP's for all assigned pupils. To perform all duties related to child study team function as assigned by Supervisor/Director.
Core Values: We are seeking individuals who will exemplify the district's core values: Equity for All Students We make decisions and implement policies that honor all students' needs and empower our students and their families. We believe in equality of opportunity-all students deserve a fair shot. Respect and Humility We serve our community by recognizing the strengths, experiences, and perspectives of others. We humbly recognize our own limitations and incorporate lessons we gain from our reflective practice. Evidence-based We use evidence to inform decisions and to ensure that we are accountable to our students and families. Communication & Collaboration We communicate openly and work collaboratively, recognizing that getting to the best possible decisions requires input from others. Honest communications build trust and establish a community that assumes best intentions. Solutions-oriented With respect for the complexity of this work and the history that precedes us, we focus on persistence, resourcefulness, and inclusiveness to drive toward solutions.
Reports to: Supervisor of Special Services and through the Supervisor to the Director of Special Services Supervisor of Special Education, Compliance, and Data
Evaluated by: Supervisor of Special Services and/or the Director of Special Services' designee Supervisor of Special Education, Compliance, and Data
Salary, Employment Period, and Union Affiliation: Salary Range: Camden Education Association Salary Guide Employment Period Ten-month, tenureable position Union Affiliation Camden Education Association
THE CAMDEN CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
 
Apply Online: Please apply via our online application system.
 
Contact: Shannon James, 856-966-2604 x 65712 or via email.
 
Burlington County Special Services School District
20 Pioneer Blvd
Westampton, NJ 08060
LDT-C - Full-time and part-time  Open Hire Requirements: Must possess State Certification as LDTC. Will train, but prefer someone with experience administering updated assessment tools to children from Kindergarten to 12th grade.
Job Description: Complete stand alone evaluations for public and private schools located within Burlington County.
 
Contact: Patricia Gallagher, call 609-702-0500 ext. 7431 or email
       
Psych-ed Services,Inc
781 Comanche Lane
Franklin Lakes,NJ 07417
LDT-C
Evaluator
Open hire date
Job Description:  Testing for reevaluation purposes High school children in Hudson County.Testing must be done during School hours.
Requirements:  State Certification as LDT-C
 
Interested applicants please email Dr. Puertas, or call 201-674-1392

Other Information:  Good and immediate pay
       
       
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